The two Deluxe Rooms each have an ensuite bathroom with a rainfall shower, decorated with fresh flowers and supplied with a stash of L’Occitane bath products. There’s a flatscreen TV, free WiFi, a Nespresso coffee machine, free bottled water and a minibar. Whisper (28sq m) has a queen-size bed with a metal canopy, butterfly-style leather armchair, designer console table and lamp, and high ceilings, alongside a digital art installation. This room connects with the Breath Junior Suite. Aria (28sq m) has a balcony with views of Rome’s rooftops. Designed with industrial accents, this room has a queen-size bed, paintings by Frattini and accessories by Swedish company No Early Birds.
Joy and The 9 are the hotel’s Junior Suites (32–35sq m). Each has a queen-size bed, balcony overlooking the city or the hotel’s inner courtyard and a bathroom with a walk-in shower and L’Occitane bath products. Joy, dressed in red and blue, has sculptures and paintings by Nicola Guerraz, and a separate seating area. The 9 overlooks Via Margutta, from the bedroom and city views from the glass-walled shower in the ensuite bathroom. This suite also has original artwork, including a portrait of actress Monica Bellucci. All suites have a flatscreen TV, a Nespresso coffee machine, free bottled water, free WiFi and a minibar.
With perfect views of the Spanish Steps and surrounding square, this 35sq m suite is one of the city’s most unique spaces. The queen-size bed was designed by Puntolargo with special fabrics to create a celestial feel. The space is designed with Venetian stone floors, custom armchairs and a sculpted console table, as well as an installation by a local artist. There is a flatscreen TV, free WiFi, a Nespresso coffee machine, free bottled water and a minibar. The ensuite bathroom has a rainfall shower, as well as a large sink, fresh flowers, and L’Occitane bath products.